Mwingi Central Member of Parliament Gideon Mulyungi on Friday vowed to ‘work on‘ Kitui county governor Charity Ngilu if she ever visits his back yard without his knowledge again.
While addressing boda boda men at Mwingi Gardens, Mulyungi threatened to mobilise boda boda men to ‘work on’ Ngilu for what he considers disrespect.
“Does she know who Tsunami is? I want to be locked in the same house with her so that she may know who Tsunami is. If she comes here again without informing me, I will organise strong boda boda men to lock her in a house and work on her properly,” Mulyungi said.
The controversial MP, nicknamed Tsunami by his supporters walks around with a fly whisk and has now warned that the governor is barred from visiting any part of Mwingi Central constituency without his express permission and approval.
The lawmaker described Ngilu as a political changling who had one foot in the opposition while the other stamped in the government.
Mulyungi further took issues with Ngilu’s earlier visit during which she was allegedly accompanied by ‘sympathisers’of Jubilee.
“She is lying to Kalonzo that they are together, yet at home, she is busy walking with Jubilee supporters. She is a chameleon and I am putting her on notice. She must have a clear stand so that we know if she is with us or not,” Mulyungi warned.
The lawmaker’s utterances did not sit well with Ngilu’s supporters who reacted angrily, condemning the attack on the governor after an audio clip of Mulyungu’s remarks went viral on Kitui County WhatsApp groups.
With the fight now picking pace,county executive in charge of gender, sports and tourism, Patrick Koki Musau, has been the first to point t gins at Mulyungi having given the MP a 24-hour ultimatum to apologise to the governor and women of the county as a whole.
“The utterances are totally unacceptable and Mulyungi must refrain and apologise. He must know that Kitui County has only one boss and Ngilu is not his equal. MPs must give space to the governor to deliver services to the people,” Musau said.